All of these activities are perfect for targeting basic concept vocabulary with your prek-2nd grade students.
Included in this pack:
Pages 3-6: Receptive language directions with various basic concepts. Print the leprechaun (page 6), laminate and glue/tape onto a box (I used a cereal box) and cut out the leprechaun mouth. Students can feed their cards into the leprechaun. You can also use the game cards on pages 11-12 to turn it into a game.
Pages 8-10: Basic concept “Go Fish”, “Memory”, or “Flash light” game.
Pages 11-12: “Go for the Gold” basic concepts game. The student with the most gold coins wins! Each time they pick up a gold coin, have the student follow a direction with the gold coin such as “Put the gold coin under the table.” or “Put the gold coin next to the tissue box.” Get creative with items around the speech/classroom.
Pages 13-15: Receptive/expressive language activity. Print the classroom scenes and items on cardstock and laminate. Cut out the St. Patrick’s day items and have the student following directions about where items are located.
Pages 16-17: Where is the leprechaun preposition sheet. Use the “gotcha” and “trick” cards to cover up the leprechauns after the students explains “where” the leprechaun is located. If they get it right, they get a “gotcha” and if they get it wrong, the leprechaun “tricked” them.
Pages18-22: Interactive leprechaun preposition book. Print all the pages and laminate. Cut out the pages and connect all the pages together with hole punches. Adhere velcro to the squares.
Pages 23-25: Monster prepositions! These monsters love finding clovers. Hide the clovers around your room. The students go around the room and describe “where” they found the clover. The student can put the clover on their monster mat. Great activity for your movers.
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